Vascular Plants

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Short, P.S. (5 January 2009), A revision of the Brachyscome linearifolia DC. Group (Asteraceae: Astereae) from South-eastern Australia. Muelleria 27(1) : 3-35 DOI (Paper) Short, P.S. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Brachyscome ‘Pilliga Posy’
  2. Brachyscome ‘Tinker Bell’
  3. Brachyscome aff. formosa 'entity 1'
  4. Brachyscome aff. formosa 'entity 2'
  5. Brachyscome angustifolia A.Cunn. ex DC.
  6. Brachyscome angustifolia A.Cunn. ex DC. var. angustifolia
  7. Brachyscome angustifolia var. heterophylla (Benth.) G.L.Davis
  8. Brachyscome brownii P.S.Short
  9. Brachyscome formosa P.S.Short
  10. Brachyscome formosa ‘Pilliga Posy’
  11. Brachyscome heterophylla Benth.
  12. Brachyscome kaputarensis P.S.Short
  13. Brachyscome linearifolia DC.
  14. Brachyscome linearifolia var. heterophylla (Benth.) C.Moore
  15. Brachyscome mittagongensis P.S.Short
  16. Brachyscome oblongifolia Benth.
  17. Brachyscome petrophila G.L.Davis
  18. Brachyscome procumbens G.L.Davis
  19. Brachyscome procumbens G.L.Davis subsp. procumbens
  20. Brachyscome procumbens subsp. wombelongensis P.S.Short
  21. Brachyscome salkiniae P.S.Short
  22. Brachyscome sieberi DC.
  23. Brachyscome sp. (Pilliga)
  24. Brachyscome supersp. basaltica species no. 5
  25. Brachyscome willisii P.S.Short

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